Published: Sat, May 13, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Ellis Neal

You Can Continue Work On-The-Go Soon On Windows 10

You Can Continue Work On-The-Go Soon On Windows 10

Microsoft at its Build 2017 Conference yesterday held in Seattle, announced some big and significant changes and improvements coming to their Windows 10 IoT platform.

Created to ensure that "experiences flow seamlessly between Windows, iOS and Android devices, Fluent Design and Microsoft Graph will add a variety of new capabilities via the Fall Creators Update".

Last month's Windows 10 Creators update is still fresh on hundreds of millions of devices, but Microsoft is already touting new capabilities that will arrive with the next update of the operating system this fall. The update is scheduled for the late September 2017.

'We're excited for our customers to take advantage of the new features in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update that will empower innovative experiences; a modern, unified design for cross-device experiences; and an easier path for developers to create for the future of computing'. It is the new design language from the Microsoft.

Windows Template Studio will utilize a developer-friendly wizard, providing the foundations for projects that developers can further build upon. It basically contains 5 elements of design system: Light, Depth, Motion, Material, Scale. This would allow Windows users to resume their sessions on multiple devices, whether they are using a secondary Android or iOS device in addition to a Windows PC.

Microsoft's looking to add a dash of AI to video editing with a new application called Windows Story Remix. The Windows Story Remix app will have an ability to switch up the automatically created videos based on data. In case we did not have enough mess of the names, this will be called Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.

- A companion Pick Up Where You Left Off feature will let you continue what you're doing on another device, much like Apple's Handoff feature.

Timeline is another key feature.

Apple to bring iTunes to Windows Store.

Strangely, Microsoft tweeted the announcement but pulled the blog post minutes after it was published.

During the holiday shopping season, Acer also plans to sell a $399 bundle that includes a Windows Mixed Reality Headset and motion controllers from Microsoft. Those translations are also cached, meaning over time all the applications you use regularly will improve in performance.

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